Tagged With Scott Gottlieb

Ex-FDA chief Scott Gottlieb just joined the board of $240 billion drugmaker Pfizer


The FDA's top leader says anti-vaxxers could bring about a national health crisis


The FDA commissioner just launched a crackdown on e-cigs like Juul as he prepares to leave office



Dispensed: Change at the FDA, insurance startup financials for 2018, and the first new depression drug in 35 years


FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's abrupt departure could prove a major win for e-cigarette and tobacco companies


FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb just resigned as head of the US's top food and drug regulator in a surprise announcement



A controversial startup that was charging $8,000 to fill your veins with young blood says it's halted operations after a warning from regulators


The FDA just called out e-cig startup Juul and tobacco giant Altria for backing away from a pledge to fight teen vaping


Trump officials cancelled public appearances at the biggest tech show of the year over the 'optics' of attending during government shutdown, Fox Business reports


Read the personal message the head of the FDA just put out as the agency cracks down on e-cigs and menthol cigarettes


The FDA surprised Silicon Valley e-cig startup Juul at its headquarters and seized 'thousands of pages of documents'


America's leading food and drug regulator might ban online sales of e-cigs — a move that could threaten brands like Juul



The FDA just called out drugmakers that are 'gaming' the system to delay competition


Wall Street's whispering that Trump may take a hammer to one of healthcare's most lucrative businesses


The US government is cracking down on a wildly popular vape pen with 'scary' nicotine levels, which experts say targets teens


A mysterious 'supplement' with a viral following has been linked to salmonella -- and the outbreak is still spreading



Energy Secretary Rick Perry is resigning — here are all the casualties of the Trump administration so far


The FDA commissioner just laid out how 'everybody wins' in the US healthcare system except the patients


There's more evidence that one of the most touted solutions to the opioid crisis has a major flaw